MCF Beneficiaries
Posted: 4th May 2017

Our wide range of support and services help Masonic families and individuals facing hardship or a personal crisis to rebuild their lives and recover their independence. Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, over the past 12 months we were able to assist 4,500 members of the Masonic community with grants amounting to £14.2 million.

How it breaks down

During the last 12 months, we have provided over £14.2 million in support of Masonic families experiencing a financial, health or family need.

  • £2.5 million was given to households in financial distress, who were unable to afford everyday living costs.
  • £3 million helped people access the medical treatment, mobility aids, home adaptations, respite care and counselling they need to live healthy and independent lives.
  • £3.5 million helped parents afford IT equipment, course materials, school uniforms and extracurricular activities for their children in full-time education.
  • £5.1 million was provided to support the RMBI in funding a range of nursing, residential and dementia care to meet the needs of older people.

Learn more about the range of support available to Freemasons and their family members on our Support page >>


Steve on his mobility scooterSteve has severe lung problems that affect his whole body as well as pulmonary hypertension which is a terminal blood vessel disorder.

As a result of his health conditions, Steve has reduced mobility which prevented him from leaving the house and seeing his friends and family.

Find out how our mobility grant gave Steve a new lease of life >>


The Elcock Family

When London Freemason, Julian, was facing financial distress, he worried about how it would impact his family.

Watch the video to find out what our support has meant to the family >>






When Chloe’s injury threatened to put an end to her dancing dream, we funded the surgery she needed to continue her training.

Find out how our medical grant helped Chloe get back on her feet >>



Looking for help or advice?

If you or someone you know is in need of help, please call our confidential enquiry line on: 0800 035 60 90 or email